Category Archives: INSPIRATION

Quotes Miracle

“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.”



Wife is busy packing her clothes.

Man: And where are you going?

Wife: I’m moving to my mother.

Husband also starts packing.

Wife: And where do you think you’re going?

Husband: I’m also moving to my mother.

Wife: And what about the kids?

Husband: Well if you are moving to your mother and I’m moving to my mother then I guess they must also move to their mother…

Life Becomes Easier

Life Becomes Easier
It is like stating the obvious, but you will never realize the extent of this until you start reaping the rewards. The overall well-being that time management brings will change your life in such a manner that it would be quite easy to notice the changes that comes about in your life. From being extremely fast-paced and completely out of your control, your life will now move at just the pace that you always wanted it to be.

As a side note, it ought to be mentioned that there will exist numerous difficulties, but sticking to your plan for managing your time will eventually yield results. Every endeavour has its difficulties and coming out of them is not easy, not the least in an inefficient lifestyle.


“Today is yesterday’s pupil.” – Benjamin Franklin

If you have a choice of taking two paths, always take the more daring of the two. Calculated risk taking often produces extraordinary results.

Every day, get away from the noise, the crowds and the rush and spend a few hours alone in peaceful introspection, deep reading or simple relaxation.

That which any person who has walked this Earth has achieved you can achieve with the right mental attitude, perseverance and industry.

Limiting thoughts and weak mental images must be banished. One’s focus must be on the attainment of goals that are truly important.

Get into the habit of memorizing beautiful poetry.

Not only will it be a great source of entertainment but it will quickly lift your intellectual functions to a higher level by improving your memory, concentration and mental agility.

Keep your words soft and arguments hard.

Break the worry habit by putting things in perspective and laughing over small setbacks.

Repeat to yourself that “this will soon pass”.

Then take a sheet of paper, write out the worry on your mind.

Allot a certain period of time to think on it, isolate the precise problem and formulate a powerful line of attack.

By this practical technique, your negative, energy sapping habit will soon be a faint memory of the past.

Be known as that person who goes the extra mile.

The person who works longer than others.

The one who takes on the extra assignments and follows them through with great success.

Be the person who always has concerns about others and who makes family members feel truly special.

Be a standout, the one with a balance in both personal and professional excellence.

Be a star that shines brightly for all others to admire.

Become a committed and sincere networker.

Cultivate new friendships.

You will truly be surprised where people end up over the years and how small, kind gestures will help you later on in life.

Treat everyone who crosses your path as if they are the most important person in your world.

You will certainly meet with great success.

When you look for something you will find it.

If you constantly expect exceptional success, you will surely have it.

Peak performers attract success.

You must keep the goals you desire to achieve at the forefront of your mind throughout the day.

Repeat your ambitions at least five times a day and visualize yourself achieving them.

If your goal is to be rich, picture the house you will be living in, the car you will be driving, what it will feel like to be rich and the pleasure of attaining your goals in life.

Repeat your ambition over and over until you have complete certainty that you will attain your desires and eventually you will.

( This was written by an unknown Author as a Leadership Training Seminar introducing daily Affirmation Motivation methods. ) mm

Do you really need all of those material possessions?

A contented mind is a continual feast. Greed and material desires must be curbed to achieve lasting happiness and serenity.

Be happy with what you have.

Do you really need all of those material possessions?
One can develop contentment just as one develops patience, courage and concentration – with daily practice and sincere desire.

Make a new friend or acquaintance every day. Keep an updated list of all contacts close at hand. Rich relationships are the DNA of a rich, rewarding life.

Remember this ancient Indian proverb: “if you conquer your mind, you conquer the world.”

A zest for life is developed and carefully nurtured through thoughtful activities and pursuits.

Contrary to popular opinion, stress is not a bad thing. It allows us to perform at peak levels and can assist us through the flood of chemicals it releases within our bodies. What is harmful is too much stress, or more particularly, a lack of relief from stress. The times of stress must be balanced nicely with times of pure relaxation and leisure for us to be healthy and at our best.

Many of the great leaders of our time were exposed to crushing workloads and the burdens of high office. But they prospered by developing strategies to balance the challenging times with fun and calming times. President Kennedy would have regular naps in his White House office.

Winston Churchill had the same practice and slept for one hour every afternoon to stay alert, focused and calm. Not only is it essential to be physically relaxed to maintain optimal health but one must couple this trait with mental serenity. Too often people think that vigorous exercise, good nutrition and pleasant leisure activities will be the panacea for all ills.

These pursuits must be combined with positive thinking and peace of mind for true happiness and longevity.

Get into the habit of taking mental vacations throughout the day.

Visit Bermuda for five minutes in the morning. Visualize a swim in the Mediterranean in the afternoon and skiing down the slopes of the Alps just before you head for home at the end of your busy and productive day. Try this for two months and schedule these rest periods into your agenda just as you would your essential meetings or tasks. The rewards will be significant.

A change is as good as a rest. Whether this change is as major as a change of employment or as minor as a leisure pursuit which occupies your entire attention for an hour three times a week, these changes in routine, and mindset are entirely beneficial. In selecting the activity, try to find something totally engaging which requires deep concentration so that your mind is free from the mundane but seemingly important aspects of your day. Many executives are becoming involved in the martial arts for just this reason. If your mind wanders for even a split second, a harsh lesson is soon learned. Pain is a great motivator and always will be.

Study these 10 fundamentals of happiness:

i. Pursue a productive, exciting and active life.
ii. Engage in meaningful activities every minute of every day.
iii. Develop an organized, planned lifestyle with little chaos.
iv. Set realistic goals yet keep your mark high.
v. Think positively – you cannot afford the luxury of a negative thought.
vi. Avoid needless worry over trifling matters.
vii. Devote time to fun.
viii. Develop a warm, outgoing personality with a sincere love of people.
ix. Get in the habit of giving more than receiving.
x. Learn to live in the present. The past is water under the bridge of life.

Strive to be humble and live a simple life.

Read “A History of Knowledge” by Charles Van Doren which chronicles the history of the world’s ideas. In this one book is an absolute wealth of knowledge. Get it, read it and enjoy it.

Success in life whether Financially supporting your family is your responsibility. Perhaps it’s the same thing as GRAVITY? ( SORRY FOLKS, YOU WILL NEVER BEAT GRAVITY)

Mind Exercises Matter

Mind Exercises Matter
Yes! You can definitely train your brain to improve focus. If you practice yoga, you’ll know that performing a few yoga postures and breathing exercises can help you to concentrate better. Also, meditation has shown to benefit people by increasing their focus levels significantly. Did you know that as per research, Buddhist monks who have been meditating everyday since so many years faired better on attention and concentration tests?
But if the aforementioned methods don’t seem to work for a restless soul like yourself, try to do simpler concentration exercises. There are plenty of resources available online, but here are a few things you can do to get started:

Pick up any book and tally the sum of words in a paragraph. Then move onto the next paragraph and count again. Repeat this until you’ve completed counting the number of words on one or two pages. Doing this everyday can increase concentration. Think of an inspirational word or a sound like “om” and focus on it for about five minutes. Once you realize that you have directed all your concentration on this word or sound, try to concentrate further for another 10 minutes.